College of Engineering
Graduates from the College of Engineering leave Utah State University with so much more than a college degree. They leave having experienced the thrill of winning a national student competition, or the opportunity to work side-by-side with faculty in research labs. These are the experiences that prepare students like Megan Gordon to head into the world and become leaders in their field. Below are a few recent highlights from the College of Engineering:
- Biological Engineering students have won six consecutive Gold Medals at iGEM – the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition in Boston.
- Civil & Environmental Engineering students took first place overall at the 2016 ASCE regional conference and won first place in the intercollegiate Steel Bridge competition.
- Students in the Computer Science department have hosted Utah’s biggest intercollegiate hackathon, HackUState, for two consecutive years.
- Electrical and Computer Engineering students won second place in the 2016 national Autonomous Vehicle Race.
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering students have taken first place in several NASA-sponsored rocket competitions and the Air Force Research Laboratory design challenge.
We could not provide these excellent opportunities without the help of our loyal supporters. I encourage you to join me in making a gift to the College of Engineering this year to help provide funding for student scholarships, competitions, and research opportunities.
Jagath J. Kaluarachchi, Dean
Gifts to the College of Engineering truly change lives for students like Megan Gordon.
2017 College of Engineering Valedictorian
HometownSoda Springs, ID
Extracurricular ActivitiesRecording Secretary for the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Student Branch
HobbiesReading, skiing, hiking, biking, sailing, quilting
Bear River Fellows, USU Technology Transfer Services
USU taught me how to be a lifelong learner. My experience here prepared me for what comes next in my life and in my career.
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